SAMSUNG UE75MU7000 £1599 WITH free delivery, free 5 year Warranty and up to £500 cashback @ RGB direct
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SAMSUNG UE75MU7000 £1599 WITH free delivery, free 5 year Warranty and up to £500 cashback @ RGB direct

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Found 24th Dec 2017
I’ve been looking for a decent large tv for around 3 months now and after a lot of research I’ve found this great deal for a splendid all round TV.
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I had is big brother delivered yesterday cannot wait to set it up
this is an amazing price for the 75 inch32899966-3BYtX.jpg
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Cant see any mention of 500 cashback
Is it 10 bit?
stelo1 m ago

Is it 10 bit?


Yes all mu 7000 8000 and 9000 are.
Edited by: "moneybanks14" 24th Dec 2017
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hovesoul5 m ago

Cant see any mention of 500 cashback


If you buy accessories you get some cash back.
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Plus you get free 12 months interest free credit.
mansoor230 m ago

If you buy accessories you get some cash back.


Unfortunately I don’t see any savings from buying accessories. It may just be me...
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luckyshtyler5 m ago

Unfortunately I don’t see any savings from buying accessories. It may just …Unfortunately I don’t see any savings from buying accessories. It may just be me...


Neither do I unless you actually need them.
moneybanks1446 m ago

Yes all mu 7000 8000 and 9000 are.


Unfortunately, not quite

If you look at the mu7000 on Samsung uk website under dynamic crystal colour it mentions a billion colours which would mean a 10bit panel. But in tiny font underneath it says *49” screen sizes have an 8bit panel and 17 million colours.

There are a number of other things that the 49in version lacks too making the difference between it and the mu6400 less.
moneybanks141 h, 42 m ago

Yes all mu 7000 8000 and 9000 are.


So the mu7000 is this year's version of the KS7000?
Njay58 m ago

Unfortunately, not quiteIf you look at the mu7000 on Samsung uk website …Unfortunately, not quiteIf you look at the mu7000 on Samsung uk website under dynamic crystal colour it mentions a billion colours which would mean a 10bit panel. But in tiny font underneath it says *49” screen sizes have an 8bit panel and 17 million colours. There are a number of other things that the 49in version lacks too making the difference between it and the mu6400 less.


From research I believe the 49 inch is 8 bit but the 55 is 10 bit
Too much money for a 90s tech LCD TV
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5Rivers7925 m ago

From research I believe the 49 inch is 8 bit but the 55 is 10 bit


Yep. So many people quote displayspecifcation website which lists the 49in specs i.e. 8bit and assume its the same for the larger sets too.
all2humanuk45 m ago

So the mu7000 is this year's version of the KS7000?


No.

QLED is the direct series replacement for the KS series


See below:

Verdict
Although the Samsung MU7000 didn’t match last year’s KS7000 in several aspects (lack of quantum dot filter leading to smaller colour gamut; lower peak brightness), it must be pointed out that the MU series is meant to succeed 2016′s KU series, whereas QLED is the evolution from the KS series. Regardless, among 55-inch 4K HDR televisions under £1000, no other model (including the Sony XE70/ XE80, Panasonic EX700 or LG SJ series) uses a 120Hz VA-type LCD panel, leaving the door open for the UE55MU7000 to rule the roost with its deep blacks, accurate colours, high motion clarity, and ultra-low input lag.
Edited by: "jUsT2eXy" 24th Dec 2017
jUsT2eXy8 m ago

No.QLED is the direct series replacement for the KS seriesSee …No.QLED is the direct series replacement for the KS seriesSee below:VerdictAlthough the Samsung MU7000 didn’t match last year’s KS7000 in several aspects (lack of quantum dot filter leading to smaller colour gamut; lower peak brightness), it must be pointed out that the MU series is meant to succeed 2016′s KU series, whereas QLED is the evolution from the KS series. Regardless, among 55-inch 4K HDR televisions under £1000, no other model (including the Sony XE70/ XE80, Panasonic EX700 or LG SJ series) uses a 120Hz VA-type LCD panel, leaving the door open for the UE55MU7000 to rule the roost with its deep blacks, accurate colours, high motion clarity, and ultra-low input lag.


Been researching a lot also and the 55"+ mu7000 are excellent middle ground for price/quality. Even the 40mu6400 is an excellent TV and probably the best all rounder in its price range. Personally I might try out the new (upper) hisense 65" models if they go on sale in the next week or two, to save a few hundred£££.
I had is big brother delivered yesterday cannot wait to set it up
this is an amazing price for the 75 inch32899966-3BYtX.jpg
Pokerkingbouch5 m ago

I had is big brother delivered yesterday cannot wait to set it up this is …I had is big brother delivered yesterday cannot wait to set it up this is an amazing price for the 75 inch[Image]


Keeping an eye on this for my dad - how much did you pay? Would be keen to hear your thoughts (I expect it'll be the same as the 75 inch, but you never know).
Will keep you posted rudeyute ‘I’m going to setting it all up on Boxing Day
all2humanuk4 h, 6 m ago

So the mu7000 is this year's version of the KS7000?


Expect firmware updates and feature support to be dropped in 12 months then like the KS series.
bigtastyburger13 h, 51 m ago

Expect firmware updates and feature support to be dropped in 12 months …Expect firmware updates and feature support to be dropped in 12 months then like the KS series.


I have a H series Samsung (2014) and that still gets updated and all the features/apps still work.
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bigtastyburger21 h, 8 m ago

Expect firmware updates and feature support to be dropped in 12 months …Expect firmware updates and feature support to be dropped in 12 months then like the KS series.


I own a 2016 KS series, and support has already dropped off, so much so other owners are looking to sue Samsung.
Njay24th Dec

Unfortunately, not quiteIf you look at the mu7000 on Samsung uk website …Unfortunately, not quiteIf you look at the mu7000 on Samsung uk website under dynamic crystal colour it mentions a billion colours which would mean a 10bit panel. But in tiny font underneath it says *49” screen sizes have an 8bit panel and 17 million colours. There are a number of other things that the 49in version lacks too making the difference between it and the mu6400 less.


So 75” is definitely a 10 bit display panel one?isnt it?
It makes very little difference if it is true 10 bit or 8 bit with dither - as long as it accepts 10 bit is the only important thing you need to worry about.
crofter6 h, 28 m ago

It makes very little difference if it is true 10 bit or 8 bit with dither …It makes very little difference if it is true 10 bit or 8 bit with dither - as long as it accepts 10 bit is the only important thing you need to worry about.


Is that actually true?
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